Alaska Backpackers Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaska Backpackers Inn Anchorage
The backpackers was much as I expected, the linen was clean as was the bathroom. It was good having segregated male & female bathrooms.
Staff were helpful & available until early hours of the morning.
For a cheap bed I would recommend staying here
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We flew into Anchorage (the first picture is from the airplane) and arrived 7:00 local time, picked up from the airport by our wonderful friend Lisa who we had met on our trip to the Galapagos in 2010. We apparently had lucked into a warm (make that heat) spell; we started our journey in T-shirts, sitting outside for a dinner that ended when the sun was still shining gloriously at 10:00. We ...
... happens to be from Columbus, WI. Talk about a crazy chance meeting with someone that lived within 20 miles of you that you meet over 2500 miles away from home! He loves camping and outdoors activities up here and panning for gold. We had lots of laughs and we commented how his mannerisms are so much like Kristy. Really funny!
Now its back to the hotel, we're pretty much packed up again and the alarm is set for 5:00 AM to get ready to hit the ...
... a lovely meal at the Snow Goose before Nevis and I decided to lighten things up a bit more by donning moose hats and running round the restaurant - this was an in joke which has to do with every day being told at various times that we were in moose country and for everyone to keep a look out yet despite this we only saw 2 moose the whole ...
... mention for Kumar, the "wheel" dog, who caught my eye at the start, with his amazingly patient and thoughtful attitude, waiting motionless to be harnessed up while all the the dogs around him went crazy with excitement. Then, in his position as "wheel" dog right in front of the sled, at the rear of the team, he pulled with such amazing strength and looked like he would do it all day long (which he can, and does). I really took a shine to ...